Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Amendment No. 120 – 2011

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Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Amendment No. 120 – 2011
 
Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991
 
Preamble
 
The variations set forth in the Schedule below are variations to Standards in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code published by the National Health and Medical Research Council in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, No. P 27, on 27 August 1987, which have been varied from time to time.
 
Citation
 
These variations may be collectively known as the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Amendment No. 120 – 2011.
 
Commencement
 
These variations commence on 20 January 2011.
 
Note:  These variations were published in the Commonwealth of Australia Food Standards Gazette No. FSC 62 on 20 January 2011.
 
Correction of Typographical Errors
 
The following text was inadvertently omitted from Amendment No. 119 published on 30 September 2010 –
 
[1.2]       inserting in Schedule 1, above item 4.1.1 Untreated fruits and vegetables –
 
 
 
Permissions for sulphur dioxide when used as an agricultural chemical are contained in Standard 1.4.2
 
 
 
 
 
SCHEDULE
 
[1]          Standard 1.5.2 is varied by –
 
[1.1]       omitting the Purpose clause, substituting –
 
Simplified outline of this Standard
 
Division 1 of this Standard sets out the permission and conditions for the sale and use of foods produced using gene technology.
 
Division 2 of this Standard specifies the labelling and other information requirements for foods produced using gene technology.
 
[1.2]       omitting subparagraph (b)(ii) from the definition of line in clause 1, substituting –
 
(ii)          any other plant that contains a transformation event or events, whether expressed as a line or event, that is listed in Column 3 of the Schedule;
 
[1.3]       inserting the subclause number (1) before the words For the purposes of this Standard in clause 1, and inserting after that subclause –
 
(2)          To avoid doubt, columns 1 and 2 of the Schedule contain additional information that is not part of this Code. Information in these columns may be added to or edited in any published version of this Code.
 
[1.4]       omitting clause 2 and the Table to clause 2, substituting  –
 
2            General prohibition on the sale and use of food produced using gene technology
 
A food produced using gene technology, other than a substance regulated as a food additive or processing aid, must not be sold or used as an ingredient or component of any food unless it is listed in Column 3 of the Schedule and complies with any corresponding conditions in Column 4.
 
[1.5]       omitting from clause 7 –
 
Notwithstanding the provisions of this Division, Column 2 of the Table to clause 2 may specify labelling or other information requirements in relation to food produced using gene technology listed in Column 1 of the Table where –
 
substituting –
 
Notwithstanding the provisions of this Division, Column 4 of the Schedule may specify labelling or other information requirements in relation to food produced using gene technology listed in Column 3 of the Schedule where –
 
[1.6]       inserting after clause 7 –
 
SCHEDULE
 
Permitted Foods produced using Gene Technology
 
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

Commodity
Item
Food produced using gene technology
Special conditions

Canola
1.1
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant canola line GT73
 

1.2
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant canola Topas 19/2 and T45 and herbicide-tolerant and pollination-controlled lines Ms1, Ms8, Rf1, Rf2, Rf3
 

1.3
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant canola line Westar-Oxy-235
 
 

Corn
2.1
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant corn line GA21
 

2.2
Food derived from insect-protected corn line MON810
 

2.3
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line Bt11
 

2.4
Food derived from insect-protected corn line Bt176
 

2.5
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant corn line T25
 

2.6
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant corn line NK603
 

2.7
Food derived from herbicide tolerant and insect-protected corn line DBT418
 

2.8
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line 1507
 

2.9
Food derived from insect-protected corn line MON863
 

2.10
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line DAS-59122-7
 

2.11
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line MON88017
 

2.12
Food derived from insect-protected corn line MIR604
 

2.13
Food derived from high lysine corn line LY038
 
Unless the protein content has been removed as part of a refining process, the label on or attached to a package of a food derived from high lysine corn line LY038 must include a statement to the effect that the food has been genetically modified to contain increased levels of lysine.

2.14
Food derived from amylase modified corn line 3272
 

2.15
Food derived from insect-protected corn line MON89034
 

2.16
Food derived from insect-protected corn line MIR162
 

2.17
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant corn line DP-098140-6
 

 
2.18
Food derived from drought-tolerant corn line MON87460
 
 

Cotton
3.1
Food derived from insect-protected cotton lines 531, 757 and 1076
 

3.2
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant cotton line 1445
 

3.3
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant cotton lines 10211 and 10222
 

3.4
Food derived from insect-protected cotton line 15985
 

3.5
Food derived from insect-protected cotton line COT102
 

3.6
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected cotton line MXB-13
 

3.7
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant cotton line LL25
 

3.8
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant cotton line MON88913
 

3.9
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant cotton line GHB614
 

3.10
Food derived from insect-protected cotton line COT67B
 

3.11
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected cotton line T304-40
 

3.12
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected cotton line GHB119
 
 

Lucerne
4.1
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant lucerne lines J101 & J163
 
 

Potato
5.1
 
Food derived from insect-protected potato lines BT-06, ATBT04-06, ATBT04-31, ATBT04-36, and SPBT02-05
 

5.2
Food derived from insect- and virus-protected potato lines RBMT21-129, RBMT21-350 and   RBMT22-82
 

5.3
Food derived from insect- and virus-protected potato lines RBMT15-101, SEM15-02 and SEM15-15
 
 

Rice
6.1
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant rice line LLRICE62
 
 

Soybean
7.1
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant soybean line 40-3-2
 

 
7.2
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant soybean lines A2704-12 and A5547-127
 

 
7.3
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant soybean line MON89788
 

 
7.4
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant soybean line DP-356043-5
 

 
7.5
Food derived from high oleic acid soybean line DP-305423-1
 

 
7.6
Food derived from insect-protected soybean line MON87701
 
 

Sugarbeet
8.1
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant sugarbeet line 77
 

 
8.2
Food derived from herbicide-tolerant sugarbeet line H7-1
 
 

 
[1.7]       updating the Table of Provisions to reflect the above variations
 
 

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